Sidney Pet Centre marks 25 years

Sidney Pet Centre and Aquatics is celebrating a very special birthday this month

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Sidney Pet Centre and Aquatics is celebrating a very special birthday this month.

The local business, owned for the last 15 years by Don Adams, is celebrating the big two-five next weekend, June 21, 22 and 23.

“The weekend will really be about celebrating our business being in Sidney for the last 25 years and about thanking our customers for their support,” said Adams, adding that the weekend will be filled with fun activities and contests.

“We’re going to have lots of draws and giveaways, raffles, gift baskets, all that kind of stuff. There will also be discounts throughout the store and every 25th customer through the doors will receive a $25 gift certificate so it should be really fun.”

Adams also noted that Dog Bless Rescue Partners will be joining in on the celebration by bringing by some of their adoptable canine friends.

“People won’t be able to adopt on the spot but they can meet all the dogs and speak with volunteers,” said Adams.

For more information on the celebration call 250-656-3314 or email sidneypetcentre@shaw.ca.

 

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